Hello dear readers, over the life of this blog, I’ve sometimes taken aim at certain popular management practices. Here’s a roundup of some of my favorites: Using the empty rhetoric of change to justify or impose change (2015) (link here) — “With apologies to Bob Dylan, the times are always a-changin’. But if you buy into […]
Roundup: On organizational change rhetoric, strategic planning, and consultants — Minding the Workplace Like this: Like Loading...
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I’ve written before about
my general cynicism toward most business books. But one business book that I greatly admire – not only for its eye-catching title, but also for its sensible and forthright attitude – is Bob Sutton’s , which should be required reading for anyone involved in any aspect of hiring. Recently The No-Asshole Rule Bob offered “active influencers” preview copies of , the new book he has co-authored with his colleague Scaling Up Excellence Huggy Rao. When I saw the offer on Twitter, I thought, (more…) Like this: Like Loading...
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